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Bayern Munich and Benfica in the UEFA Champions League

 


Bayern Munich will host its Benfica team at the Allianz Arena in the two teams’ matches in the Champions League return leg, led by referee Simon Marciniak, and the match will be held in the presence of a number of fans, due to the Corona pandemic.

Bayern Munich's starting lineup, led by coach Julian Nagelsmann:
Manuel Neuer, Benjamin Pavard, Dayot Upamecano, Nyanzo Kouassi, Alfonso Davies, Leon Goretzka, Joshua Kimmich, Kingsley Coman, Serge Gnabry, Leroy Sane, Robert Lewandowski.

Benfica's starting lineup, led by coach Ole Jorge Jesus:
Odysseus Flashodemos, Lucas Verissimo, Jan Vertonghen, Morato, Gilberto Moraes Jr., Sualihu Mete, Joao Mario, Alejandro Grimaldo, Luis Miguel Alfonso, Everton, Roman Yarimchiuk.

The match between Bayern Munich and Benfica ended with Bayern winning 5 goals to 2.

This match was played as part of the Champions League matches from the fourth round.

Bayern Munich officially qualified for the final price after this victory.

Robert Lewandowski scored a hat-trick in the 26th, 61st and 84th minutes.

Lewandowski also missed a penalty kick in the 46th minute of the match.

Lewandowke participated in his 100th Champions League game, scoring 79 goals.

Serge Gnabry scored a goal in the 32nd minute of the first half.

Leroy Sane scored a goal in the 49th minute of the match.

Leroy Sani also missed his second goal when he received a pass inside the penalty area to try to put it over the goalkeeper, but he did not succeed.

Benfica's first goal was scored by Felipe Morato in the 38th minute.

Darwin Nunez added the second goal for Benfica in the 74th minute of the match.

The match ended with five goals against two goals for Bayern Munich.
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